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>> marty:good morning and welcome to kron four news+ weekend. i'm marty gonzalez. we are tracking the storm this morning. you are taking a live look at kron four storm tracker. and we have team coverage this morning. kron four's averi harper is in pacifica, tracking the conditions there.
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and we have meteorologist dave spahr in the weather center with note >> marty: or the next
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eight hours here is a break and enter a bottle of a clock and maybe since the sun coming out. logan of thunder and reran some legal and together >> marty:and our team coverage continues this morning. now let's head over to pacifica. that's where we find kron four's averi harper. she is tracking the storm this morning. averi? thanks averi. we'll check back with you throughout the morning. and if you might be driving this weekend when the rain is expected to flood some roadways. the national weather service has some tips for driving in the rain. first they want you to know that just 12 inches of water is enough to carry away a small car and 18 inches is enough to carry away most cars including large s-u-v's. they also say it is impossible to tell the depth of water
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covering a roadway or the condition of the rod below. the say if you see large puddles on the roads. do not drive through them. turn around. and stick with kron 4. we have everything you need to know about the this storm on air and on kron four dot com. we'll have live reports throughout the bay area. monitoring severe traffic traffic alerts. and the live radar showing exactly where the storm is. you can get updates sent right to your phone. just download the free kron 4 mobile app. breaking news we're following this morning. 11 people are dead and 23 others are injured due to severe weather in southern georgia. but officials cant yet confirm
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if tornadoes touched down and caused the deaths. but, tornado warnings were issued to parts of georgia overnight. we'll continue to monitor the situation this morning. >> marty:another big story we are following this morning. the women's march. here are some videos from yesterday's march where thousands of people across the bay area came together. there were rallies in oakland, san jose and san francisco's city hall. despite wet weather and high winds across the bay area. women's march organizers say around a hundred-thousand people took part in these demonstrations. and millions of people marched in cities around the world. kron four's j-r stone takes a closer look and shows us the demonstrations from d-c to boston to austrialia. and president donald trump responded to the women's march this morning on twitter.
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he said quote: "watched protests yesterday but was under the impression that we just had an election. why didn't these people vote? celebs hurt the cause badly." we'll continue our coverage of the women's march throughout the orning on kron four news weekend. >> : then we stand a chance of changing the folds of our country. hit
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>> marty: will attractions of state route 37 high water or water and that there')s an avene all because of flooding currently their art is no timetable will be reopened again avery on her way to the scene it will have more details of the hour this morning. still ahead
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on kron four news weekend. the recent storms have caused damage in the east bay. we'll show you how one community is trying to prepare for another round of wet weather. plus, the storm is causing issues for coastal communities in the bay area. why officials are concerned. and you might be paying more for parking at your bart station. we'll explain why. next.
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>> marty: for your moey:. here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. it will soon cost you more to park at some east bay bart stations. parking at concord, north concord, west oakland, hayward and the coliseum bart stations are going up fifty cents a day. it will cost you three dollars to park there come february sixth. increases to the parking prices are based on demand evaluated every six months. a bart spokesperson says they have added spaces where they can, but there is not room to build more parking slots. uber has to pay a 20-million dollar settlement in a lawsuit by the federal trade commission
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the ride-sharing company is accused of lying about how much their drivers earned. the complaint says that uber said drivers in new york made 90 -thousand dollars a year and drivers in san francisco made 74-thousand. but, the f-t-c says only 10- percent of uber drivers have made that much. uber is also accused of lying about unlimited mileage when it comes to its leasing program. the money from the hefty settlement will pay back those drivers who have been affected. live look outside. bay bridge toll plaza. for the weekned. how about building a paper airplane? you can do it at the san carlos library. take the family and learn all about building paper airplanes. it's all happening at the san carlos library starting at 3. the event is free to attend.
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welcome back to kron four news weekend. take a look at this this video. the c-h-p says this is the most snow they have seen in truckee in the last 20 years. some snow was 20 feet high. and here's a look at weather conditions across the bay are this morning. you are taking a live look at kron four storm tracker. >> reporter: the sun comes out a little bit and then a trend of things to come more scattered rain and showers are forecast today called arabs there may dry and potentially to pale. allied look for you since guy is opening up just a touch and then we often the car's driving its wake. here's a look at the
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satellite radar composite there you concede heaviest rain in the space of paper. we do have a flood warning lights going on up around petaluma some counties from the rain that already happened from streams and creeks that are starting the for the bank's total debt and a little caution if a job and about everywhere to have the place to go. instead of opening up a little bit today. and scattered showers a point and then and the afternoon continues the some embedded heavier to modern rainshowers for good measure. then there finally the little ball that you say it finally by tuesday shut everything off by mid week and the rest of the week we start to
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dry out. the return a little bit the the pickup of the rain to the no. 8 east bay and portions of higher elevations on the south bay. looks like comes back again about 245 not the intensity or the length of time that we have from last night. ports on the part is over and the statement accompanies this a close to about 10:00 at potentially stott there's pockets of heavy rain and about six years so out knocking out power lines. then tomorrow rain is in and out and then we still call a breezy at that to 53 separate the scope said jose looking at 56. we take a look at the for some forecasts and check in with what the rest of a week and dry it looks like.
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nats. this is what it looked like on crow canyon about two weeks ago offerthen alameda county put up barricades. but that pushed the water onto chuck moore's property. "and then we worked on trying to get the water from running over the road to beig on my property more but a consequence of that is it's more volume and it's caused a significant amount of erosion" here' what moore's driveway looks like now. "this culvert has been here for over 25-years, 30-years and handled the rain, all o a sudden this rain here it didn't handle it." but this driveway isn't the only storm damage on his property. graceland equestrian center. hillsides have started to slide and roads have given way. outside his home. crow canyon and norris canyon have been shut down on several occasions since the storm started.
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"for the past three weeks, it's been on and off, on and off. it's been flooded, there's trees everywhere, mudslides everywhere, it gets pretty bad."
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in fact. crow canyon just reopened after a tree fell on a car on friday. "so we have to go all the way around and it's hard for us because we're driving everywhere to get home." but people here know. it will only get worse as the rain continues. happening tomorrow. the popular east bay bar and grill crogan's is set to close its doors after 39 years. according to the company's facebook page the doors will officially be closed on january 23rd. according to the owners, the city of walnut creek is moving in a direction where crogan's no longer fits in. crogan's has had issues. including having its license suspended for 20-days because of numerous police calls for fights, assaults and public intoxication.
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they are open until 12:30 this morning. an 18 year veteran of the redwood police department died while on duty. officer gerardo silva was discovered unconscious and not breathing at the police department headquarters on friday his wife, also an employee at the redwood city police department was immediately called to his side. silva was rushed to the hospital where he was pronounced dead from natural causes. he leaves behind two daughters and two grandchildren. silva was 57 years old. next on kron four news weekend. the warriors were stuck in houston for hours after their last game. we'll explain why and preview their early morning match-up in orlando. live look outside. richmond bridge >> marty:here's a look at the kron 4 radar. we are seeing a lot of scattered showers right now. for the weekned. it's zumba in the park fitness party in san francisco. come out and enjoy a free zumba fitness party. it's all happening from 2:00 to 4:00 at the county fair building. the event isfree to attend.
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onto bay area basketball this morning. the warriors are finally in orlando after being stuck in houston because of flooding.
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and kevin durant gets to face another former teammate today. he played against russell westbrook wednesday, james harden on friday and will see serge ibaka today. the dubs have won six straight games. tip-off for today's game against the magic is 9:00 this morning. the atlanta falcons and green bay packers are preparing to face off in the n-f-c championship game today. and some green bay fans arrived in atlanta friday. well ahead of this weekend's game. maybe they wanted t escape the cold. but here they are. they've been following and cheering for their team the entire season and for many fans-- getting tickets to today's game at the georgia dome was simply a no brainer to them. packers fan aziz kobty: "we went to the game last week in dallas, and a buddy of mine took him to the game so he said, 'ok, now this is my treat. let's go,' so here we are. packers fan eddie seitz: "i watched them beat minnesota a couple weeks ago on christmas eve day and brought some good luck to them then and wanted to bring some good luck to them today, part of packer nation here." packers fan logan hanson: "me and my mom went to lambeau for the first game against new york, and then me and my girlfriend went to dallas last week, so here in atlanta, hopefully watching them win again." today's game kicks off at 12:05. meanwhile in the a-f-c
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championship game. the steelers are in foxborough to face tom brady and the patriots. this is the sixth straight championship game for new england. pittsburgh did not score a touchdown last week and still beat the kansas city chiefs. while the patriots dominated the houston texans last week. in the season opener, without brady, new england beat pittsburgh, 27 to 16. kick-off is set for 3:40 this afternoon. growing concerns across the bay for coastal areas. we'll show the damage the storms are causing. next. >> marty:live look outside. golden gate bridge. here's a look at the kron 4 radar. we are seeing a lot of scattered showers right now. for the weekned. it's the freedom fest in san francisco. come out and enjoy some music and some pancakes and talk about local action in the community. it's all happening at the natoma caban from 2:00 to 8:00. 90 natoma street. the event is free to attend.
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welcome back to kron four news weekend. we are tracking the storm this morning. you are taking a live look at kron four storm tracker. with all the rain that has been coming down lately in the bay area, officials are concerned with coastal areas that are dealing with high winds and high surf. kron four's spencer blake >> reporter: and taken out we will keep the ground a little bit and make adjustments stability. melt the bay bridge to vanish plan again if not go
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and do your stuff some morning hours by the afternoon it will fire back up again. iran has turned. high elevations and the heaviest rain happening. and then carries air put in motion. clear patch and the work.
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temperatures pretty much in the '50s and called for 53 and then talk about this earlier in the morning hours and then it was back up again by the afternoon. 56 ron san jose and then the blue we hear a son will come out this little bit in the daytime heating. semaphores own forecast yes there is some dry at the end of the tunnel. explains. during saturday's high surf warning.swells reached 25 feet and higher.
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there wasn't a surfer to be found at ocean beach. at least -- not in the water. "everybody's pretty focused on the waves. it's really wild out there. i 'd probably be out there, but it's even a little over my head right now." but turn your head inlandand you'll see jeff knowles taking advantage of the high *wind warning instead. "people have different names for it. you could call it wind skating or something like that." with 40 to 50 mile-an-hour winds to carry himknowles couldn't resist a little do-it-yourself mode of transportation.
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"it's just a skateboard with kind of a makeshift windsurfing sail put onto it." with a hole drilled in the boardsome p-v-c pipe to hold onto, and masking tape to hold it all together, he created a masterpiece saturday morning. people who weren't watching him were watching another interesting show put on by mother nature herself. "and lest you fear plastic bags have taken over the beach, it's just seafoam blowing all over the place - i'd better get out of the way." call it san francisco snow, if you'd like. the surf stirred up frothy sea foamthe wind blew it aroundand kids played in it. "it's usually a little smaller, but i guess throughout the years maybe it's getting a little bigger or i dunno - maybe it has something to do with the weather." "we just came here - we heard
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about the waves and i had no idea what this foam was." the high surf and high wind warnings won't expire until sunday morningand the rain will have taken over by then. at san francisco's ocean beach, spencer blake, kron four news. in the south bay. kron four's philippe djegal spent the afternoon in san jose where an estimated 30-thousand people showed up for the women's march. nats- "when women unite, we standup and fight." empowered by strength in numbers. some 25-thousand women, young girls, men and boys beset by president donald trump's inauguration. settle on cesar chavez park for one of the largest demonstrations the city of san jose has ever seen. sot- "i love knowing that there's a lot of people who think the same as i do." women's rights and equality deeply personal and passionate issues for anne bailey. who drove up from clovis to
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meet with her 14-year-old god daughter clara duran. they shared this powerful moment together. sot- "feels amazing. i like as a community, as um, we can agree on something and accept eachother." nats- "whoooo." before descending on the park. this large crowd joined at city hall. san jose mayor sam liccardo posted his office view of the gathering on twitter with the hashtag. "this is what democracy looks like." nats- "whooo."
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mayor liccardo then greated warmly on stage. sot- "protecting our immigrant community, standing up for the rights of women, uh, insuring that we have affordable healthcare, um, for all our community. um, people are very committed. we're very united. and, it's a incredible contrast to the divisions that we see in our nation today." women still believe in this country. sot- "there's more than just one person that can do it, it takes everyone to make this world a whole." and, that includes members of the lgbtq community, which has a strong message for president trump. sot- "you will not break any of us." sot- "and, uh, after the end of four years, we're going to say, mr. trump, you're fired." nats- "si, se puede." women, standing together, fearful of the direction this new adminstration wants to take this country. and, many men back them. pictures are worth a thousand words. in san jose, philippe djegal, kron four news. and a number of prominent figures and celebraties spoke out at the women's march on washington. they were lending their name and fame to offer support. officials say the crowd was so big, that they were unable to guide the march to the white house. an estimated 500 thousand people attended the demonstration. in world news. officials say the number of people found alive in the rubble of an avalanche in central italy, is rising. eleven people have been found alive, including two children. four people have been found dead and 20 others are still missing in the avalanche which flattened a mountain resort. here is video showing the helicopter rescue efforts. about 30 people were inside the hotel when an avalanche buried the building on wednesday. crews are still working to find more survivors. this weekend's premiere of " a dog's purpose" has been canceled following he release of a controversial video. here's pasrt of the video in question. it appears to show a frightened dog being forced into water during production of the film. universal pictures says its production team followed rigorous protocols to foster an ethical and safe environment for the animals. the crew says they trained
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several times with the dog. but on this particular day he did not want to get into the water. peta is now urging people to boycott the movie. next on kron four news weekend. millions of people took part in the worldwide women's march. we'll show trayvon martin's mother's message to the crowd. next. live look outside. san francisco international airport. here's a look at the kron 4 radar. we are seeing a lot of scattered showers right now. for the weekned. >> marty: it's the future of comedy podcasts in san francisco. come out and enjoy improv, stand up and more kinds of comedy. it's all happening at the eureka theatre from 12:00 to 1:00. the event is free to attend.
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the mother of trayvon martin, was one of the speakers at the women's march on washington. sybrina fulton stood beside other mothers whose african american sons died in connection with police activity. fulton covered many topics in her speech. but she stressed the hope for the continuation of barack obama's criminal justice reform efforts. trayvon martin was killed after a confrontation with a neighborhood watch-man back in 20-12. sybrina fulton say's her goal is to make sure the same thing won't happen to another unarmed african american teen. for the weekned. it's the bach-mozart family concert in oakland. come out and enjoy a family concert series from the area's best music schools and ensembles. it's all happening at the asain cultural center staring at noon. the event is free to attend. live look at kirkwood this morning. they have seen 24 inches of snow in the last 24 hours. high of 26 degrees. welcome back to kron four news weekend.
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radar. we are seeing a lot of scattered showers right now. an update on former president george h-w bush and his wife barbara this morning. officials say the two are improving but remain hospitalized. the two are currently recovering at houston methodist hospital. >> reporter: as this big now putting into motion the liberal clear patch developing. and probably will redevelop few hours and afternoon hours. a
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live shot of the golden gate. this is the afternoon activity in the evening. overnight and a few scattered showers from morning at looks like more importantly intensity happening tomorrow evening to. and the lineups of some clouds as you can see it takes as overnight. the only wrinkle we see it should be a dry forecast from this vantage point. hit men mid- 50s as well 55 but the popular number as well. cupertino 56 and
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then sent on zip 56 also milpitas and evergreen. 33 days city 54 for half monday. i s and dryer clear skies and looks like next week and this venture again ... sonny dry at that.
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>> marty: the 92-year-old former president was hospitalized for breathing difficulties from pneumonia. the bush family spokesman says he is breathing well without medical assistance. he will likely remain in the intensive care for a few more days. former first lady-- barbara bush-- was hospitalized wednesday for bronchitis. she could be released later today. as for the new current president, president trump was busy on his first full day in the white house. he attended a prayer service at washington national cathedral, before paying a visit to the c- i-a. jim acosta has the details. natsot: applause it was down to business for president trump, as he visited the cia, to face the same intelligence community he openly accused of leaking damaging information about him during his transition. >> :president trump, no font: "there is nobody that feels stronger about the intelligence community and the cia than donald trump. there is nobody." trump telling the crowd he knew the military and intelligence community had voted for him. president trump, no font: "probably almost everybody in this room voted for me. but i
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won't ask you to raise your hands" earlier in the day, the president's motorcade crossed the city, past protesters on their way to the women's march in washington. to attend an inaugural prayer service, an interfaith ceremony featuring more than two dozen religious leaders, including an imam from washington's muslim community, who recited verses from the quran, praising diversity. imam mohamed magid, all dulles area muslim society center: "among the signs of god is a creation of the heaven on earth and the creation of your languages and your colors are signs for those who know." it was a response to the new president, who made a point of using the term "radical islamic terrorism" in his inaugural speech. president trump, no font: "we will reinforce old alliances and form new ones and unite the civilized world against radical islamic terrorism, which we will eradicate completely from the face of the earth."
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in response to critics who slammed mister trump's speech. including conservative columnist george will, who dubbed it "the most dreadful inaugural address in history." the president thanked other news outlets for what he called "great reviews of the speech." president donald trump: "there's no games, right? no games. we're not playing games." also during his first day in office, president trump put a stop to obaba administration regulations to cut f-h-a mortgage insurance premiums.
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obama's team announced on january ninth they had put in place a reduction for those taking out government-backed home loans. the cut was a quarter of a percentage point. and was supposed to go into effect on january 27th. the f-h-a says it would have saved homeowners an average of 500-dollars this year. but the department of housing and urban development said friday that the reduction has been "suspended indefinitely." in other political news. white house press secretary sean spicer is on the attack. p during a press conference, he called out the media for inaccurately reporting on the size of the crowd at the inauguration. spicer said the numbers tweeted about the crowd size were
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inaccurate. the reason, he says the national park service, which controls the national mall does not put out numbers on crowd sizes. spicer also said the same statement goes for the number of protesters as well. : "this was the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration period, both in person and around the globe." butted to "photographs of the inaugural proceedings were intentionally framed in a way in one particular tweet to minimize the enormous support that gathered on the national mall. this is the first time, in our nation's history that floor coverings have been used to protect the grass on the mall. that had the effect of highlighting areas people were not standing where as in years past, the grass elimited this visual." spicer did confirm that the area from inaugural platform to the washington monument can hold over 700-thousand people. he also noted that the "new york times" printed a photograph showing the misrepresentation of the crowd in the original tweet. in national news. new york state is making sure women continue to have access to free abortion and birth control. new york governor andrew cuomo announced the new state regulations yesterday. coinciding with the women's marches around the world. there was concern that women would lose access to the services if obamacare is repealed. the state's new measures ensure insurance companies will continue to not charge co-pays or deductibles for contraceptive drugs and devices. coverage for abortion services
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that ae medically necessary will also be cost free. next on kron four news weekend. new pictures and video released by nasa. we'll take a closer look at pluto next here's a live look at yosemite this morning. here's a look at the kron 4 radar. we are seeing a lot of scattered showers right now. for the weekned. it's the chinese new year flower fair in san francisco. come out and enjoy dancing, music and more. it's all happening in chinatown from 9 to 6. the event is free to attend.
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>> marty:take a look at this. nasa has relesed this breath- taking video from pluto. it's actually a compilation of more than 100 high resolution images taken by nasa's new horizon spacecraft. the images were taken over six months. as the spacecraft flew by pluto in july 2015. it took new horizon nearly 10 years and three-billion miles to get there. pluto used to be considered the 9th plant from the sun -- but it was later reclassified as a "dwarf planet." controversy over president trump's inauguration cake has ended on a sweet note. food network star duff goldman tweeted friday that trump's "buttercream bakeshop" cake looked a lot like the one made for obama's second swearing-in. stirring up a bit of controversy. the owner of washington's "buttercream bakeshop"-- took to instagram saturday to settle the issue. mac-isaac said she encouraged the client to use the 20-13 cakes as an inspiration but they wanted that exact cake.
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so in other words, it was more or less the same. a highway in wisconsin was covered with thousands of red skittles. take a look at this. it turns out the sweet treats were going to be given to cows. some farmers are putting skittles in their cattle feed. they say it is a cheaper source of feed for the cows but it must be done with caution. according to farmers, in moderation, skittles can provide a cow with extra energy.
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good morning and welcome to kron four news weekend. i'm marty gonzalez. we are tracking the storm this morning. you are taking a live look at kron four storm tracker. and we have team coverage this morning. kron four's averi harper is in pacifica, tracing the conditions there.
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and we have meteoroloist dave spahr in the weather center with all that you need to know about the storm. we'll start with dave. thanks dave. and our team coverage continues tis morning. now let's head over to pacifica. that's where we find kron four's averi harper. she is tracking the storm this morning. averi? thanks averi. we'll check back with you throughout the morning. and if you might be driving this weekend when the rain is expected to flood some roadways. the national weather service has some tips for driving in the rain. first they want you to know that just 12 inches of water is enough to carry away a small car and 18 inches is enough to carry away most cars including large s-u-v's. they also say it is impossible to tell the depth of water covering a roadway or the condition of the rod below. the say if you see large puddles on the roads. do not drive throug them. turn around. and stick with kron 4. we have everything you need to know about the this storm on air and on kron four dot com.
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we'll have live reports throughout the bay area. monitoring severe traffic traffic alerts. and the live radar showing exactly where the storm is. you can get updates sent right to your phone. just download the free kron 4 mobile app. breaking news we're following this morning. 11 people are dead and 23 others are injured due to severe weather in southern georgia. but officials cant yet confirm if tornadoes touched down and caused the deaths. but, tornado warnings were issued to parts of georgia overnight. we'll continue to monitor the situation this morning. another big story we are
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following this morning. the women's march. here are some videos from yesterday's march where thousands of people across the bay area came together. there were rallies in oakland, san jose and san francisco's city hall. winds across the bay area. women's march organizers say around a hundred-thousand people took part in these demonstrations. and millions of people marched in cities around the world. kron four's j-r stone takes a
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closer look and shows us the demonstrations from d-c to boston to austrialia. and president donald trump responded to the women's march this morning on twitter. he said quote: "watched protests yesterday but was under the impression that we just had an election. why didn't these people vote? celebs hurt the cause badly." we'll continue our coverge of the women's march throughout the morning on kron four news weekend. >> reporter: celebrities heard
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and then we will continue coverage there a newscast this morning storms recently caused some damage in the east bay show you how one community is trying to prepare for yet another round of a windy weather.
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for your money:. here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. >> marty:it will soon cost you more to park at some east bay bart stations. parking at concord, north concord, west oakland, hayward and the coliseum bart stations are going up fifty cents a day. it will cost you three dollars to park there come february sixth. increases to the parking prices are based on demand evaluated every six months. a bart spokesperson says they have added spaces where they can, but there is not room to build more parking slots. uber has to pay a 20-million dollar settlement in a lawsuit by the federa trade commission the ride-sharing company is accused of lying about how much their drivers earned. the complaint says that uber said drivers in new york made 90 -thousand dollars a year and drivers in san francisco made 74-thousand. but, the f-t-c says only 10- percent of uber drivers have made that much. uber is also accused of lying about unlimited mileage when it comes to its leasing program. the money from the hefty settlement will pay back those drivers who have been affected. live look outside. bay bridge toll plaza. for the weekned. how about building a paper+ airplane? you can do it at the san carlos library. take the family and learn all about building paper airplanes.
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it's all happening at the san carlos library starting at 3. the event is free to attend.
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welcome back to kron four news weekend. take a look at this this video. >> reporter: everybody will get
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a bit of relief and then another batch. and the rains fallen all floating issues that will not go away really quickly either some really trying occurring but looking upstream very see better improvement and the north today still having flooding concerns and let's consult models: florida looks like things will improve and just a few hours for most of the bay area. until 4:00 and it fires back up. right now
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the heaviest and most intense rain happening there.
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>> averi: often an alternate route is one cable teases read here on highway 1 01. a and
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reopening this morning we were able to see highway patrol and have since left that this point. levenson anyone coming with the new equipment to remove some of the water from the roadway will be here throughout the morning with updates.
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>> reporter: that pushed a water bond to a property. and here's a
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look at weather nats. this is what it looked like on crow canyon about two weeks ago as rain flooded the road. then alameda county put up barricades.
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but that pushed the water onto chuck moore's property. "and then we worked on trying to get the water from running over the road to being on my property more but a consequence of that is it's more volume and it's caused a significant amount of erosion" here's what moore's driveway looks like now. "this culvert has been here for over 25-years, 30-years and handled the rain, all of a sudden this rain here it didn't handle it." but this driveway isn't the only storm damage on his property. graceland equestrian center. hillsides have started to slide and roads have given way. outside his home. crow canyon and norris canyon have been shut down on several occasions since the storm started. "for the past three weeks, it's been on and off, on and off. it's been flooded, there's trees everywhere, mudslides everywhere, it gets pretty bad." in fact. crow canyon just reopened after a tree fell on a car on friday. "so we have to go all the way around and it's hard for us because we're driving everywhere to get home." but people here know. it will only get worse as the rain continues.
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happening tomorrow. the popular east bay bar and grill crogan's is set to close its doors after 39 years. according to the company's facebook page the doors will officially be closed on january 23rd. according to the owners, the city of walnut creek is moving in a direction where crogan's no longer fits in. crogan's has had issues. including having its license suspended for 20-days because of numerous police calls for fights, assaults and public intoxication. they are open until 12:30 this morning. an 18 year veteran of the redwood police department died while on duty. officer gerardo silva was discovered unconscious and not breathing at the police department headquarters on friday his wife, also an employee at the redwood city police department was immediately called to his side. silva was rushed to the hospital where he was pronounced dead from natural causes. he leaves behind two daughters and two grandchildren. silva was 57 years old. next on kron four news weekend. the warriors were stuck in houston for hours after their last game. we'll explain why and preview their early morning match-up in
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orlando. live look outside. richmond bridge here's a look at the kron 4 radar. we are seeing a lot of scattered showers right now. for the weekned. it's zumba in the park fitness party in san francisco. come out and enjoy a free zumba fitness party. it's all happening from 2:00 to 4:00 at the county fair building. the event is free to attend.
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onto bay area basketball this morning. >> marty: the warriors are finally in orlando after being stuck in houston because of flooding. and kevin durant gets to face another former teammate today. he played against russell westbrook wednesday, james harden on friday and will see serge ibaka today. the dubs have won six straight games. tip-off for today's game against the magic is 9:00 this morning. the atlanta falcons and green bay packers are preparing to face off in the n-f-c championship game today. and some green bay fans arrived in atlanta friday.
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well ahead of this weekend's game. maybe they wanted to escape the cold. but here they are. they've been following and cheering for their team the entire season and for many fans-- getting tickets to today's game at the georgia dome was simply a no brainer to them. packers fan aziz kobty: "we went to the game last week in dallas, and a buddy of mine took him to the game so he said, 'k, now this is my treat. let's go,' so here we are. packers fan eddie seitz: "i watched them beat minnesota a couple weeks ago on christmas eve day and brought some good luck to them then and wanted to bring some good luck to them today, part of packer nation here." packers fan logan hanson: "me and my mom went to lambeau for the first game against new york, and then me and my girlfriend went to dallas last week, so here in atlanta, hopefully watching them win again." today's game kicks off at 12:05. meanwhile in the a-f-c championship game. the steelers are in foxborough to face tom brady and the
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patriots. this is the sixth straight championship game for new england. pittsburgh did not score a touchdown last week and still beat the kansas city chiefs. p while the patriots dominated the houston texans last week. in the season opener, without brady, new england beat pittsburgh, 27 to 16. kick-off is set for 3:40 this afternoon. growing concerns across the bay for coastal areas. we'll show the damage the storms are causing. next. live look outside. golden gate bridge. here's a look at the kron 4 radar. we are seeing a lot of scattered showers right now. for the weekned. it's the freedom fest in san francisco. come out and enjoy some music and some pancakes and talk about local action in the community. it's all happening at the natoma caban from 2:00 to 8:00. 90 natoma street. the event is free to attend.
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we are tracking the storm this morning. you are taking a live look at kron four storm tracker. with all the rain that has been coming down lately in the bay area, officials are concerned with coastal areas that are dealing with high winds and high surf. kron four's spencer blake explains. during saturday's high surf warning.swells reached 25 feet and higher. there wasn't a surfer to be found at ocean beach. at least -- not in the water. "everybody's pretty focused on the waves. it's really wild out there. i 'd probably be out there, but it's even a little over my head right now." but turn your head inlandand you'll see jeff knowles taking advantage of the high *wind warning instead.
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"people have different names for it. you could call it wind skating or something like that." with 40 to 50 mile-an-hour winds to carry himknowles couldn't resist a little do-it-yourself mode of transportation. "it's just a skateboard with kind of a makeshift windsurfing sail put onto it." with a hole drilled in the boardsome p-v-c pipe to hold onto, and masking tape to hold it all together, he created a masterpiece saturday morning. people who weren't watching him were watching another
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interesting show put on by mother nature herself. "and lest you fear plastic bags have taken over the beach, it's just seafoam blowing all over the place - i'd better get out of the way." call it san francisco snow, if you'd like. the surf stirred up frothy sea foamthe wind blew it aroundand kids played in it. "it's usually a little smaller, but i guess throughout the years maybe it's getting a little bigger or i dunno - maybe it has something to do with the weather." "we just came here - we heard about the waves and i had no idea what this foam was."
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the high surf and high wind warnings won't expire until sunday morningand the rain will have taken over by then. at san francisco's ocean beach, spencer blake, kron four news. in the south bay. kron four's philippe djegal spent the afternoon in san jose where an estimated 30-thousand people showed up for the women's march. nats- "when women unite, we standup and fight." empowered by strength in numbers. some 25-thousand women, young girls, men and boys beset by president donald trump's inauguration. settle on cesar chavez park for one of the largest demonstrations the city of san jose hasever seen. sot- "i love knowing that there's a lot of people who think the same as i do." women's rights and equality deeply personal and passionate issues for anne bailey. who drove up from clovis to meet with her 14-year-old god daughter clara duran. they shared this powerful moment together. sot- "feels amazing. i like as a community, as um, we can
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agree on something and accept eachother." nats- "whoooo." before descending on the park. this large crowd joined at city hall. san jose mayor sam liccardo posted his office view of the gathering on twitter with the hashtag. "this is what democracy looks like." nats- "whooo." mayor liccardo then greated warmly on stage. sot- "protecting our immigrant community, standing up for the rights of women, uh, insuring that we have affordable healthcare, um, for all our community. um, people are very committed. we're very united. and, it's a incredible contrast to the divisions that we see in our nation today." women still believe in this country. sot- "there's more than just one person that can do it, it takes everyone to make this world a whole." and, that includes members of the lgbtq community, which has a strong message for president trump. sot- "you will not break any of us." sot- "and, uh, after the end of four years, we're going to say, mr. trump, you're fired." nats- "si, se puede." women, standing together, fearful of the direction this new adminstration wants to take this country. and, many men back them. pictures are worth a thousand words. in san jose, philippe djegal, kron four news. and a number of prominent figures and celebraties spoke out at the women's march on washington. they were lending their name and fame to offer support. officials say the crowd was so big, that they were unable to guide the march to the white
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house. an estimated 500 thousand people attended the demonstration. in world news. officials say the number of people found alive in the rubble of an avalanche in central italy, is rising. eleven people have been found alive including two children. four people have been found dead and 20 others are still missing in the avalanche which flattened a mountain resort. here is video showing the helicopter rescue efforts. about 30 people were inside the hotel when an avalanche buried the building on wednesday. crews are still working to find more survivors. this weekend's premiere of " a dog's purpose" has been canceled following the release of a controversial video. here's pasrt of the video in question. it appears to show a frightened dog being forced into water during production of the film. universal pictures says its production team followed rigorous protocols to foster an ethical and safe environment for the animals. the crew says they trained several times with the dog. but on this particular day he did not want to get into the water. peta is now urging people to boycott the movie. next on kron four news weekend. millions of people took part in the worldwide women's march. we'll show trayvon martin's mother's message to the crowd. next. live look outside. san francisco international airport. here's a look at the kron 4 radar. we are seeing a lot of scattered showers right now. for the weekned. it's the future of comedy podcasts in san francisco. come out and enjoy improv, stand up and more kinds of comedy. it's all happening at the eureka theatre from 12:00 to 1:00. the event is free to attend.
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the mother of trayvon martin, was one of the speakers at the women's march on washington. sybrina fulton stood beside other mothers whose african american sons died in connection with police activity. fulton covered many topics in her speech. but she stressed the hope for the continuation of barack obama's criminal justice reform efforts. trayvon martin was killed after a confrontation with a neighborhood watch-man back in 20-12. sybrina fulton say's her goal is to make sure the same thing won't happen to another unarmed african american teen. for the wekned. it's the bach-mozart family concert in oakland. come out and enjoy a family concert series from the area's best music schools and ensembles. it's all happening at the asain cultural center staring at noon. the event is free to attend.
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live look at kirkwood this morning. they have seen 24 inches of snow in the last 24 hours. high of 26 degrees. that continues to note some flash flood warning problems and sonoma county, and a little bit in san clara county as well at it looks like so watch out that will be all this morning. intense rainfall is concentrated in the general area and that problems are created with flooding streams
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and creeks and the lights. river's reach their first stage this this afternoon the fire began
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drier air. it did on former president george but two are improving but remain hospitalized. and the couple recently recovering the houston methodist hospital. the 92 year- old former president was hospitalized for breathing difficulties from ammonia. and a spokesman says that he is breathing well without medical assistance he will likely remain in intensive care.
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he will likely remain in the intensive care for a few more days. former first lady-- barbara bush-- was hospitalized wednesday for bronchitis. she could be released later today. as for the new current president, president trump was busy on his first full day in the white house. ' he attended a prayer service at washington national cathedral, before paying a visit to the c- i-a. jim acosta has the details. natsot: applause >> reporter:it was down to business for president trump, as he visited the cia, to face the same intelligence community he openly accused of leaking damaging information about him during his transition. president trump, no font: "there is nobody that feels stronger about the intelligence community and the cia than trump telling the crowd he knew the military and intelligence community had voted for him. president trump, no font: "probably almost everybody in this room voted for me. but i won't ask you to raise your hands" earlier in the day, the president's motorcade crossed the city, past protesters on their way to the women's march in washington. to attend an inaugural prayer service, an interfaith ceremony featuring more than two dozen religious leaders, including an imam from washington's muslim community, who recited verses from the quran, praising diversity. imam mohamed magid, all dulles area muslim society center:
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"among the signs of god is a creation of the heaven on earth and the creation of your languages and your colors are signs for those who know." it was a response to the new president, who made a point of using the term "radical islamic terrorism" in his inaugural speech. president trump, no font: "we will reinforce old alliances and form new ones and unite the civilized world against radical islamic terrorism, which we will eradicate completely from the face of the earth." in response to critics who slammed mister trump's speech. including conservative columnist george will, who dubbed it "the most dreadful inaugural address in history." the president thanked other news outlets for what he called "great reviews of the speech." president donald trump: "there's no games, right? no games. we're not playing games." also during his first day in office, president trump put a stop to obaba administration regulations to cut f-h-a ortgage insurance premiums. obama's team announced on january ninth they had put in place a reduction for those taking out government-backed home loans.
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the cut was a quarter of a percentage point. and was supposed to go into effect on january 27th. the f-h-a says it would have saved homeowners an average of 500-dollars this year. but the department of housing and urban development said friday that the reduction has been "suspended indefinitely."
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in other political news. white house press secretary sean spicer is on the attack. during a press conference, he called out the media for inaccurately reporting on the size of the crowd at the inauguration. spicer said the numbers tweeted about the crowd size were inaccurate. the reason, he says the national park service, which controls the national mall does not put out numbers on crowd sizes. spicer also said the same statement goes for the number of protesters as well. : "this was the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration period, both in person and around the globe." butted to "photographs of the inaugural proceedings were intentionally framed in a way in one particular tweet to minimize the enormous support that gathered on the national mall. this is the first time, in our nation's history that floor coverings have been used to protect the grass on the mall. that had the effect of highlighting areas people were not standing where as in years past, the grass elimited this visual." spicer did confirm that the area from inaugural platform to the washington monument can hold over 700-thousand people. he also noted that the "new york times" printed a photograph showing the misrepresentation of the crowd in theoriginal tweet. in national news. new york state is making sure women continue to have access to free abortion and birth control. new york governor andrew cuomo announced the new state regulations yesterday. coinciding with the women's marches around the world. there was concern that women would los access to the services if obamacare is repealed. the state's new measures ensure
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insurance companies will continue to not charge co-pays or deductibles for contraceptive drugs and devices. coverage for abortion services that are medically necessary will also be cost free. next on kron four news weekend. new pictures and video released by nasa. we'll take a closer look at pluto next here's a live look at yosemite this morning. here's a look at the kron 4 radar.
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his breath-taking >> marty: a compilation of more than one high-resolution images taken by the new horizons
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spacecrafts taken over. of six months as it flew by pluto new horizon nearly 10 years and pluto use to reconsider the ninth planet from the sun the owner of washington's big shop took to and seagram on saturday to settle the issue she said she encouraged the client to it get the 2013 take inspiration.
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good morning and welcome to kron four news weekend. i'm marty gonzalez. we are tracking the storm this morning. you are taking a live look at kron four storm tracker. and we have team coverage this morning. kron four's averi harper is in pacifica, tracking the conditions there. and we have meteorologist dave spahr in the weather center with all that you need to know about the storm. we'll start with dave. >> reporter: take it easy it with what's going on flooded roads and the borders open the cones up. in late this afternoon: the north bay from the sky. monitoring some flooding. flash flood warnings
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of what they are posted and let it hit their highest agent submitted their so after all this is done.
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>> averi: of collins flashing lights all warnings for drivers to state route 37 is close. no estimated time of reopening and a the equipment. and drivers could knock down those of france. an alternate route between efforts an avenue. but
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contrary that you see there. thanks averi. we'll check back with you throughout the morning. and if you might be driving this weekend when the rain is expected to flood some roadways. the national weather service has some tips for driving in the rain. >> marty:first they want you to know that just 12 inches of water is enough to carry away a small car and 18 inches is enough to carry away most cars including large s-u-v's. they also say it is impossible to tell the depth of water covering a roadway or the condition of the rod below. the say if you see large puddles on the roads. do not drive through them. turn around. and stick with kron 4. we have everything you need to know about the this storm on air and on kron four dot com. we'll have live reports throughout the bay area. monitoring severe traffic traffic alerts. and the live radar showing exactly where the storm is. you can get updates sent right to your phone. just download the free kron 4 mobile app. breaking news we're following this morning. 11 people are dead and 23 others are injured due to severe weather in southern georgia. but officials cant yet confirm if tornadoes touched down and caused the deaths. but, tornado warnings were issued to parts of georgia overnight. we'll continue to monitor the situation this morning. another big story we are following this morning. the women's march. here are some videos from yesterday's march where thousands of people across the bay area came togethe.
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there were rallies in oakland, san jose and san francisco's city hall. despite wet weather and high winds across the bay area. women's march organizers say around a hundred-thousand people took part in these demonstrations. and millions of people marched in cities around the world. kron four's j-r stone takes a closer look and shows us the demonstrations from d-c to boston to austrialia.
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and president donald trump responded to the women's march this morning on twitter. he said quote: >> reporter: stand together
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determines that we stand a chance at saving the souls of our country. who organizes said there are 600 marches across the
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globe people gather at the eiffel tower paris and london with the message for the new american president. large protests this today but was under the impression and we just had an auction widened these people vote.
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for your money:.
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here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. it will soon cost you more to park at some east bay bart stations. parking at concord, north concord, west oakland, hayward and the coliseum bart stations are going up fifty cents a day. it will cost you three dollars to park there come february sixth. increases to the parking prices are based on demand evaluated every six months. a bart spokesperson says they have added spaces where they can, but there is not room to build more parking slots. uber has to pay a 20-million dollar settlement in a lawsuit by the federal trade commission the ride-sharing company is accused of lying about how much their drivers earned.
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the complaint says that uber said drivers in new york made 9d drivers in san francisco made 74-thousand. but, the f-t-c says only 10- percent of uber drivers have made that much. uber is also accused of lying about unlimited mileage when it comes to its leasing program. the money from the hefty settlement will pay back those drivers who have been affected. live look outside. bay bridge toll plaza. for the weekned. how about building a paper airplane? you can do it at the san carlos library. take the family and learn all about building paper airplanes. it's all happening at the san carlos library starting at 3. the event is free to attend.
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welcome back to kron four news weekend. take a look at this this video. the c-h-p says this is the most snow they have seen in truckee in the last 20 years. some snow was 20 feet high. and here's a look at weather conditions across the bay are this morning. you are taking a live look at kron four storm tracker. >> reporter: look at the small contractor we see the brunt of the storm now moving well to the east of us but there's more rain on land here and tell us about that is a urologist . >> reporter: and then your the problems already generating takes time before all plays out. and then they talk to somebody with the practice all that that's the ground for yet if the process all this and then lets
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the deal today we do have some breaks happening right now ominous cloud diablo of big cloud there still we're getting some improvement the sun comes out a little bit today however another dosed coming this afternoon we get to that just a second and watching the current trend right now. he see most of the bay area clearing out to the west and just off the screen there that's what's starting the fire up for this afternoon. >> reporter: heavier rain and some spots. and then things are to clear out with the dry air phase and then wednesday
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morning 515 or additional cloud cover had airway and some models are hinting that there might be enough for showered middle of the week it looks to be dried fish of the rest of the week and check out winds really quickly. and then the other evening batch of rain. this'll be a surge in terms of wins. however, the wind advisory may be posted later. and the heaviest for much an early break maris' reconditions and then drying out phase for the balance of the next three days tuesday navy morning sprinkle in there. and pretty much a dominating. and then
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that's because the summit will got a little bit. the image of the engine cold air upstairs and hits the ground starts the machinery may be potentially for some client under more on your forecast coming up a bit this is what it looked like on as rain flooded the road. >> marty: the city royals championship team started to get against the giants and the 14 world series just 25 years old.
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add in fielder last played for the arizona diamondbacks bacchant 2014 was crash from a chevet released about those and we will stay on top of this for you to get the morning. . >> marty: we continue to check the rate in the east bay some people continue to try to clean up after all the flooding that was left behind from previous storms lydia shows how the community is responding to the storm. >> : this right here 10 ft. deep still. this used to be the driveway he and his wife owned grace that center is flooded and then all over his driveway.
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saturday he woke up to this and not the only damage on his property. krupp canyon norris canyon are common shortcuts for places like danville or set amount. and the san mateo bridge. recent rains have shut down on several occasions. people who live here notice and over.
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50 people kill of the air with. be read back be right back. it's zumba in the park fitness
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the warriors are finally in orlando after being stuck in houston because of flooding. and kevin durant gets to face another former teammate today. he played against russell westbrook wednesday, james harden on friday and will see serge ibaka today. the dubs have won six straight games. tip-off for today's game against the magic is 9:00 this morning.- the atlanta falcons and green bay packers are preparing to face off in the n-f-c championship game today. and some green bay fans arrived in atlanta friday. well ahead of this weekend's game. maybe they wanted to escape the cold. but here they are. they've been following and cheering for their team the entire season and for many fans-- getting tickets to today's game at the georgia dome was simply a no brainer to them. packers fan aziz kobty: "we went to the game last week in dallas, and a buddy of mine took him to the game so he said, 'ok, now this is my treat. let's go,' so here we are. packers fan eddie seitz: "i watched them beat minnesota a couple weeks ago on christmas eve day and brought some good luck to them then and wanted to bring some good luck to them
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today, part of packer nation here." packers fan logan hanson: "me and my mom went to lambeau for the first game against new york, and then me and my girlfriend went to dallas last week, so here in atlanta, hopefully watching them win again." today's game kicks off at 12:05. meanwhile in the a-f-c championship game. the steelers are in foxborough to face tom brady and the patriots. this is the sixth straight championship game for new england. pittsburgh did not score a touchdown last week and still beat the kansas city chiefs. p while the patriots dominated the houston texans last week. in the season opener, without brady, new england beat pittsburgh, 27 to 16. kick-off is set for 3:40 this afternoon. growing concerns across the bay for coastal areas. we'll show the damage the storms are causing. next. live look outside. golden gate bridge. here's a look at the kron 4 radar. we are seeing a lot of scattered showers right now. for the weekned. it's the freedom fest in san francisco. come out and enjoy some music and some pancakes and talk about local action in the community. it's all happening at the natoma caban from 2:00 to 8:00. 90 natoma street. the event is free to attend.
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>> reporter: a lot of the camera shots show coming out and remember that might just be the atmosphere defier of some crackles of thunderstorms going on. and think of as kids feeding them m&m's. sugar and the so have going on. and the
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redevelopment and it's been going on and then some dark underneath what it looks like a storm tracker in the north bay some clear spot since about the time we start talking you at 7:00 a.m.. in the east bay looking pretty good and then in the south bay. still inset clara county flash flood warning going on that still causing a problem dramatic situation locally and that's the advice everyone in your travels remember the roads are trying to recover from all this rain that we have had. and then allow prospective composite the break that we're talking about. giving a little but a time and that is mixed and matched its hear what it does is that it's heating up the ground causing the atmosphere become more animated a bit with the cold air and then a few clouds of thunder later today it. and that's no account se and a county.
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>> marty:welcome back to kron four news weekend. we are tracking the storm this morning. you are taking a live look at kron four storm tracker. with all the rain that has been coming down lately in the bay area, officials are concerned with coastal areas that are dealing with high winds and high surf. kron four's spencer blake explains. during saturday's high surf warning.swells reached 25 feet and higher. there wasn't a surfer to be found at ocean beach. at least -- not in the water. >> :"everybody's pretty focused on the waves. it's really wild out there. i 'd probably be out there, but it's even a little over my head right now."
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but turn your head inlandand you'll see jeff knowles taking advantage of the high *wind warning instead. >> :"people have different names for it. you could call it wind skating or something like that." with 40 to 50 mile-an-hour winds to carry himknowles couldn't resist a little do-it- yourself mode of transportation. "it's just a skateboard with kind of a makeshift windsurfing sail put onto it." with a hole drilled in the boardsome p-v-c pipe to hold onto, and masking tape to hold it all together, he created a masterpiece saturday morning. people who weren't watching him were watching another interesting show put on by mother nature herself. "and lest you fear plastic bags have taken over the beach, it's just seafoam blowing all over
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the place - i'd better get out of the way." call it san francisco snow, if you'd like. the surf stirred up frothy sea foamthe wind blew it aroundand kids played in it. "it's usually a little smaller, but i guess throughout the years maybe it's getting a little bigger or i dunno - maybe it has something to do with the weather." "we just came here - we heard about the waves and i had no idea what this foam was." the high surf and high wind warnings won't expire until sunday morningand the rain will have taken over by then. at san francisco's ocean beach, spencer blake, kron four news. in the south bay. kron four's philippe djegal spent the afternoon in san jose where an estimated 30-thousand people showed up for the women's march. >> :nats- "when women unite, we standup and fight." >> reporter:empowered by strength in numbers. some 25-thousand women, young girls, men and boys beset by president donald trump's inauguration. settle on cesr chavez park for one of the largest demonstrations the city of san jose has ever seen. >> :sot- "i love knowing that there's a lot of people who think the same as i do."
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women's rights and equality deeply personal and passionate issues for anne bailey. who drove up from clovis to meet with her 14-year-old god daughter clara duran. they shared this powerful moment together. sot- "feels amazing. i like as a community, as um, we can agree on something and accept eachother." nats- "whoooo." before descending on the park. this large crowd joined at city hall. san jose mayor sam liccardo posted his office view of the gathering on twitter with the hashtag. - "this is what democracy looks
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like." nats- "whooo." mayor liccardo then greated warmly on stage. sot- "protecting our immigrant community, standing up for the rights of women, uh, insuring that we have affordable healthcare, um, for all our community. um, people are very committed. we're very united. and, it's a incredible contrast to the divisions that we see in our nation today." women still believe in this country. sot- "there's more than just one person that can do it, it takes everyone to make this world a whole." and, that includes members of the lgbtq community, which has a strong message for president trump. sot- "you will not break any of us." sot- "and, uh, after the end of four years, we're going to say, mr. trump, you're fired." nats- "si, se puede." women, standing together, fearful of the direction this new adminstration wants to take this country. and, many men back them.
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pictures are worth a thousand words. in san jose, philippe djegal, kron four news. and a number of prominent figures and celebraties spoke out at the women's march on washington. they were lending their name and fame to offer support. officials say the crowd was so big, that they were unable to guide the march to the white house. an estimated 500 thousand people attended the demonstration. in world news. officials say the number of people found alive in the rubble of an avalanche in central italy, is rising. eleven people have been found alive, including two children. four people have been found dead and 20 others are still missing in the avalanche which flattened a mountain resort. here is video showing the helicopter rescue efforts. about 30 people were inside the hotel when an avalanche buried the building on wednesday. crews are still working to find more survivors. this weekend's premiere of " a dog's purpose" has been canceled following the release of a controversial video. here's pasrt of the video in question. it appears to show a frightened dog being forced into water during production of the film. universal pictures says its production team followed rigorous protocols to foster an ethical and safe environment for the animals. the crew says they trained several times with the dog.
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but on this particular day he did not want to get into the water. peta is now urging people to boycott the movie. next on kron four news weekend. millions of people took part in the worldwide women's march. we'll show trayvon martin's mother's message to the crowd. next. live look outside. san francisco international airport. here's a look at the kron 4 radar. we are seeing a lot of scattered showers right now. for the weekned. it's the future of comedy podcasts in san francisco. come out and enjoy improv, stand up and more kinds of comedy. it's all happening at the eureka theatre from 12:00 to 1:00. the event is free to attend.
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the mother of trayvon martin, was one of the speakers at the women's march on washington. sybrina fulton stood beside other mothers whose african american sons died in connection with police activity. fulton covered many topics in her speech. but she stressed the hope for the continuation of barack obama's criminal justice reform efforts. trayvon martin was killed after a confrontation with a neighborhood watch-man back in 20-12. sybrina fulton say's her goal is to make sure the same thing won't happen to another unarmed african american teen. for the weekned.
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it's the bach-mozart family concert in oakland. come out and enjoy a family concert series from the area's best music schools and ensembles. it's all happening at the asain cultural center staring at noon. the event is free to attend. live look at kirkwood this morning. they have seen 24 inches of snow in the last 24 hours. high of 26 degrees.
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welcome back to kron four news weekend. here's a look at the kron 4 radar. we are seeing a lot of scattered showers right now. an update on former president george h-w bush and his wife barbara this morning. officials say the two are improving but remain hospitalized. the two are currently recovering at houston methodist hospital. the 92-year-old former president was hospitalized for breathing difficulties from pneumonia. the bush family spokesman says he is breathing well without medical assistance. he will likely remain in the intensive care for a few more days. former first lady-- barbara bush-- was hospitalized wednesday for bronchitis. she could be released later today. >> reporter: early july week we're hoping that the camera picture would improve. but it cleared things out yet there and then what looks like a storm tracker again a break in the action of the south bay looking for rain holding together now guy and the central valley piquancy also to the east and then also for most parts of the bay area is seeing the rains subside although it said clara county we are still looking at the flash flood warning happening your the bird area so that something until almost 1115 or so why is that because the
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rate we've already had a lot of the swollen creeks and rivers all the moisture is being processed by the ground it takes is time to work its magic. we got to 9:45 a.m. others the afternoon performance evening performance if you will and some scattered showers tomorrow morning and it will continue tomorrow evening at her little bit more the way of intensity but after that a break and here's a little trouble wednesday this particular model runs a very insistent if that holds together only exception outside of that we're pretty clear that and going into next week as well. making up for all of this kind of letting the entire afternoon all process. 56
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then jose and milpitas and also evergreen rain returning in the forecast with someone stew and then for san francisco 53 for presidio and 54 most sematech a county and mid-50s own go-slow reaching an 55 some detail. the break in the action and then it kind of watch basically a drying out phase and low temperatures in the 30's bundle up in the morning hours trier air working its magic. >> marty:as for the new current president, president trump was busy on his first full day in the white house. he attended a prayer service at washington national cathedral, before paying a visit to the c-
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i-a. jim acosta has the details. natsot: applause it was down to business for president trump, as he visited the cia, to face the same intelligence community he openly accused of leaking damaging information about him during his transition. president trump, no font: "there is nobody that feels stronger about the intelligence community and the cia than donald trump. there is nobody." trump telling the crowd he knew the military and intelligence community had voted for him. president trump, no font: "probably almost everybody in this room voted for me. but i won't ask you to raise your hands" earlier in the day, the president's motorcade crossed the city, past protesters on their way to the women's march in washington. to attend an inaugural prayer service, an interfaith ceremony featuring more than two dozen
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religious leaders, including an imam from washington's muslim community, who recited verses from the quran, praising diversity. imam mohamed magid, all dulles area muslim society center: "among the signs of god is a creation of the heaven on earth and the creation of your languages and your colors are signs for those who know." it was a response to the new president, who made a point of using the term "radical islamic terrorism" in his inaugural speech. president trump, no font: "we will reinforce old alliances and form new ones and unite the civilized world against radical islamic terrorism, which we will eradicate completely from the face of the earth." in response to critics who slammed mister trump's speech. including conservative columnist george will, who dubbed it "the most dreadful inaugural address in history." the president thanked other news outlets for what he called "great reviews of the speech." president donald trump:
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"there's no games, right? no games. we're not playing games." also during his first day in office, president trump put a stop to obaba administration regulations to cut f-h-a mortgage insurance premiums. obama's team announced on january ninth they had put in place a reduction for those taking out government-backed home loans. the cut was a quarter of a percentage point. >> marty:and was supposed to go into effect on january 27th. the f-h-a says it would have saved homeowners an average of 500-dollars this year. but the department of housing and urban development said friday that the reduction has been "suspended indefinitely." in other political news. white house press secretary sean spicer is on the attack. during a press conference, he called out the media for inaccurately reporting on the size of the crowd at the inauguration.
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spicer said the numbers tweeted about the crowd size were inaccurate. the reason, he says the national park service, which controls the national mall does not put out numbers on crowd sizes. spicer also said the same statement goes for the number of protesters as well. : "this was the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration period, both in person and around the globe." butted to "photographs of the inaugural proceedings were intentionally framed in a way in one particular tweet to minimize the enormous support that gathered on the national mall. this is the first time, in our nation's history that floor coverings
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have been used to protect the grass on the mall. that had the effect of highlighting areas people were not standing where as in years past, the grass elimited this visual." spicer did confirm that the area from inaugural platform to the washington monument can hold over 700-thousand people. he also noted that the "new york times" printed a photograph showing the misrepresentation of the crowd in the original tweet. in national news. new york state is making sure women continue to have access to free abortion and birth control. new york governor andrew cuomo announced the new state regulations yesterday. coinciding with the women's marches around the world. there was concern that women would lose access to the services if obamacare is repealed. the state's new measures ensure insurance companies will continue to not charge co-pays or deductibles for contraceptive drugs and devices. coverage for abortion services that are medically necessary will also be cost free. next on kron four news weekend. new pictures and video released by nasa. we'll take a closer look at pluto next here's a live look at yosemite this morning. here's a look at the kron 4 radar. we are seeing a lot of scattered showers right now. for the weekned. it's the chinese new year flower
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fair in san francisco. come out and enjoy dancing, music and more. it's all happening in chinatown from 9 to 6. the event is free to attend.
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take a look at this. nasa ha released this breath- taking video from pluto. it's actually a compilation of more than 100 high resolution images taken by nasa's new the images were taken over six months. as the spacecraft flew by pluto in july 2015. it took new horizon nearly 10
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years and three-billion miles to get there. pluto used to be considered the 9th plant from the sun -- but it was later reclassified as a "dwarf planet." controversy over president trump's inauguration cake has ended on a sweet note. food network star duff goldman tweeted friday that trump's "buttercream bakeshop" cake looked a lot like the one made for obama's second swearing-in. stirring up a bit of controversy. the owner of washington's "buttercream bakeshop"-- took to instagram saturday to settle the issue. mac-isaac said she encouraged the client to use the 20-13 cakes as an inspiration but they wanted that exact cake. so in other words, it was more or less the same. a highway in wisconsin was covered with thousands of red skittles. take a look at this. it turns out the sweet treats were going to be given to cows. some farmers are putting skittles in their cattle feed. they say it is a cheaper source of feed for the cows but it must be done with caution. according to farmers, in moderation, skittles can provide a cow with extra energy. >> reporter: later today right
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now we conceived the most part rain party as we speak however with as clear patch in the sun coming out that provide service muster energy and with coal their long it may address and clots of thunder in the raid peter patter letter of today. 74 cast shows that we have a lot we have lined up for you. the number of monday some chores tis the money potentially and that we try the next day we are watching for wednesday and then we like a little raglan things on the spanish pilots until we get. the warming up a bit of a touch too. it says is needed is a row with no clout. a lot of things up for us adults us think you for joining us will see again brightener listen and accept it.
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[music] >> joel osteen: well, god bless you. it's a joy to come into your homes. if you're ever in our area, please stop by. be a part of one of our services. i promise you, we'll make you feel right at home. i like to start with somethin' funny, and i heard about this group of schoolchildren. they were in the cafeteria line at their catholic elementary school. the start of the line, there was a big bowl of apples. a nun had written a note that said, "take only one. god is watching." at the end of the line, there was a big bowl of chocolate chip cookies. one of the children had

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